Valley Journal
Valley Journal

Articles Written By: Aaric Bryan

Mission runners conquer Eureka course

EUREKA – It seems the upstart Mission cross country team likes a challenge. Friday at the Eureka Invitational, in only their second meet as a team, the Mission harriers faced a more difficult course than the flat and smooth Canal Bank Run to open the season the week before, but despite having about ...

Warrior offense grinds to a halt in loss to Drummond

DRUMMOND — The Warriors were dominated at the line of scrimmage by the Trojans and fell to the defending state champions 26-6 in Drummond Friday. The night couldn’t have started off worse for the Warriors with offensive lineman Brady Potts going down on the first play from scrimmage. The Warri...

Top dogs in District 7-B

TROY — The Lady Bulldogs exerted their dominance in District 7-B the past week with two straight-set victories over conference opponents.  The Lady Bulldogs started the week with a 25-15, 25-15, 25-16 win at home against Plains Thursday and ended it with 25-22, 25-16, 25-22 victory in Troy Satu...

Scarlets scorch Savage Heat in straight sets

PHILIPSBURG — The Scarlets took care of business at home Thursday night by handling Hot Springs in three sets. The Scarlets outscored the Savage Heat, a team they couldn’t beat the past season, 75-34 in three sets, downing them 25-12, 25-11, 25-11. The roles have been reversed this year bet...

Lady Vikings sent packing by Lady Trojans in P-burg

PHILIPSBURG — After a disappointing Saturday morning at the Philipsburg tournament, even a shower couldn’t wake up the Lady Vikings enough for them to get past Drummond.  After morning pool play, where Charlo went 3-3, the Lady Vikings had a long layoff before they started the afternoon&r...

Unpleasant pheasant forecast for 2010 season

It looks like six weeks of rain washed out any prospects of a good pheasant hunting season in the valley.  It appeared that the local pheasant population was on the rise last year after a mild-weather hatching season.  Even with a warm and dry hatching season last year it was going to take so...

Fall Mack Days begins Oct. 1

If anyone ever needed any extra incentive to go out to the lake on a beautiful fall day in search of a trophy lake trout, the Confederated Salish and Tribe have given them one. The prize money in the 2010 Mack Days has doubled from 2009. The CSKT will be giving out $100,000 in cash and prizes in the 2010 ...

Mild winter boosts big game population

The elk and deer numbers appear to be on the rise in the upper northwest corner of the state, while the elk population in the Bitterroot, Clark Fork and Blackfoot drainages remain extremely low, according to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spring surveys. Region 1 After a mild winter the whitetail...

Lady Pirates crush Corvallis 7-0

POLSON — The Lady Pirates righted their ship after a season-opening loss by completely controlling Corvallis in a 7-0 laugher in Polson Friday afternoon. “Momentum. It’s all about momentum. I can’t say enough about it. Fortunately for us today, it went entirely one way,” Pols...

Mission harriers break new ground, records at canal run

RONAN — "It’s not how you start; it’s how you finish," is an often-quoted sports cliché, but for once on Friday it was all about how things got started.  At the Ronan Canal Bank Run, for the first time in at least recent school history if not the entire school’s history...


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